---------------------BRITISH RECORDS---------------------


Please send any enquiries regarding record amendments and notices to Pete Gaskin

British Powerlifting & Single Lift Records - Updated 20th September 2017

(includes all events for 2017 up to and Including the Scottish Nationals)

Women UN Power

Women EQ Power

Women UN Singles

Women EQ Singles

Men UN Power

Men EQ Power

Men UN Singles

Men EQ Singles

Notes on British & WDFPF Records

If you want to set a British Record at your Divisional, you must make the organisers aware of the fact prior to the lift, so they can make sure 3 referees are present for your lift. In addition, you will need to have your membership (3 months minimum for National records) and age verified (for non-open records). However, bear in mind, not all divisional competitions meet the critera for setting British records. If in doubt check with the organisers. Some records need to be claimed, see below. British record certificates are now available upon request once your record has been published. WDFPF World & Euro record certificates are now issued automatically and distributed free of charge. This can take many months as they are handed to officials as and when they meet, so please be patient. Euro and World WDFPF records can only be set at National (British) and WDFPF events. Under WDFPF rules, there can be only one National championship per year, so this rule prevents WDFPF records being set at other National Championships, such as the All England, 4 Nations or Scottish Nationals, even if drug testing were to take place.

The correct procedure for claiming records is as follows:-

DIVISIONAL RECORD at a DIVISIONAL COMPETITION - Inform your divisional records registrar.

NATIONAL RECORD at a DIVISIONAL COMPETITION - Inform the British records registrar within 30 days.

NATIONAL  RECORD at a NATIONAL COMPETITION - these will be checked automatically and highlighted on the results. However it is the lifters responsibility to check the results. If the record is not shown as a record the lifter must inform the British records registrar within 30 days.

NATIONAL  RECORD at an INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION - these will be checked automatically. However it is the lifters responsibility to check the records when they are updated. If the record is not shown as a record the lifter must inform the British records registrar within 30 days of the records update being published.

INTERNATIONAL RECORD at an INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION - these will be checked automatically and highlighted on the results. However it is the lifters responsibility to check the results. If the record is not shown as a record the lifter must inform the British records registrar within 15 days.